Hadi al-Bahra (L), head of the Syrian National Coalition, talks with Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri during their meeting in Cairo December 27, 2014. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
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Discussions in Cairo between Syrian opposition officials are focusing on an ambitious proposal to form a transitional government and elect a president eligible for two four-year terms, Al-Mayadeen television said Sunday.On Saturday, Syria's Foreign Ministry said it was willing to attend talks in Moscow.He added that his group had not received any formal invitation to talks in Moscow.He said, however, that the Coalition had begun talks with "other Syrian opposition groups," which he did not identify, in Cairo and elsewhere. Earlier this year the National Coalition and other opposition groups met Syrian government representatives in Geneva.
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